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The words ‘matter’ and ‘material,’ both have their root in the Latin word mater, meaning mother, which supports the idea that physical substance is feminine in nature. This dead water produces inadequate nutrition, and Viktor believed that its regressive energies are responsible for degenerative diseases like cancer, insigyts lower intelligence and for community turmoil.

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This combining with the free oxygen in the water, causes the water body to syartling, with an effect on the fish similar to inskghts a bar of wet soap in your hand.

So energy is cause, form is effect. Schauberger’s worldview Viktor Schauberger took the ancients’ view of the Sun as the male inseminator of Earth to create bountiful Nature. Other creatures, whose sensitivity is nourished by the subtle ener- gies of open forms, make use of roundness and curves in their nests, burrows, and shells. It is as if the whole family of trees responds to the same electrical rhythm, like a cosmic breathing.

The egg-shape is found, especially in the leading edge of growth, in many organisms. I planned for the timber to be put in the stream under these conditions, and in one night m 3 were brought down to the valley. If we may imagine that all that can be preserved is what remains, we forget hiddfn Nature has her own urge to proceed with evolution.

It is no wonder, therefore, that everywhere everything is going wrong. If we lower our con- sciousness, we feel less ability to control or own lives. As with other problems in sacred geometry, though it is not possible to draw this relationship by simple measurement, because it is part of the natural order, that is where the solution is to be found — in fact in the relationship of the size of the Moon to the size of the Earth.

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Suddenly they dispersed as a big fish swam into the pool from below, preparing to confront the waterfall. Schauberger spelled out clearly exactly where we have gone wrong with our technology. I’m going to pass it on to Mark, who’s much more willing to tease apart fact and fiction.

His central assertion was that we cannot reverse this trend with our present technology, and his understanding of the subtle onsights of water and its role in the ecosystem is still groundbreaking. It includes a foreword by David Bellamy Austrian naturalist. Viktor’s refusal to go to college came from a fear of being indoctri- nated, as he believed he would lose both his intuition and his abil- ity to see the magical interconnections within Nature.

At best these phenomena might be labelled woolly, like ‘psychic’ experiences. His remarkable discoveries — which address issues such as sick water, ailing forests, climate change stargling, above all, renewable energy — have dramatic implications for how we should work with nature and its resources. This takes place in the early hours of hdden morning, when it is coldest, and particularly at full Moon, although the volume of the water is apparently less due to its compression on cooling.

Nature made use of this to create the greenhouse naturd, by which increasingly com- plex life forms were introduced into startlig biosphere as the climate was gradually modified. This facilitates a fluid and adaptable environment, one in which forms are able to evolve into more complex and creative arrangements.

Sap movement– Temperature gradients– Trees as bio-condensers– Root systems. From his unusually detailed observations of the natural world, he pioneered a completely new understanding of how nature works. Where they cross each other, a union of the two forces produces a seed of new life.

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For millennia people have sung and played music to their crops, their lovers and their children.

Implementing Schauberger’s vision Endnotes 27 1 Resources Bibliography List of Illustrations Index Foreword Water is the commonest substance on the face of the Earth, yet we really know vkitor little about this essential source of life. Too bad, because I was interested in reading Viktor Schauberger’s thoughts and theories, but in this book they have been inseparably mixed with those of his followers.

We don’t learn about energies at school or at college, other than the purely mechanical or electrical. He argued that all physical manifestation develops as the product of focused energy from the ‘Will-to-create’ or original ‘Source.

Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger

His wife found domestically disruptive his tendency to stay up all night, pouring over books of every kind, especially the more esoteric variety. I had observed that an increased water level insigts a thaw builds up sandbanks that are then partially dispersed when the water temperature drops during clear cool nights.

A child just observes and marvels, but as our rational minds become trained we are taught to interpret what we see, usually through other people’s ideas, in order to ‘make sense’ of our sensory experience.

Viktor Schauberger possessed this rare gift. New Principles in the Working of Nature. In more traditional communities, the hard, straight lines of structures were often softened with decorative embellishments, such as are still found on the eaves or rooflines in some Alpine villages.